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Title: New Jersey's Wildlife Action Plan
Author: New Jersey. Department of Environmental Protection. Division of Fish and Wildlife
Abstract: State Wildlife Action Plans are proactive plans created by virtually every state and U.S. territory that assess the health of each state's wildlife and habitats, identify the problems they face, and outline the actions that are needed to conserve them over the long term. The New Jersey Wildlife Action Plan identifies both priority species and habitats, assesses the threats they face and outlines actions to take to improve or stabilize their condition. New Jersey's 2018 Plan identifies species of greatest conservation need in New Jersey, as well as 107 focal species that are of the highest conservation priority. We expect the revised SWAP to continue to provide a guide to actions that will protect our species of greatest conservation need.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10929/68462
Date: 2018-03


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